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Vote coming soon on bill allowing lawsuits against Twitter, Facebook
By Bob Unruh
Published January 14, 2021 at 9:08pm
North Dakota Republican lawmakers have introduced a bill that could enable people who have been censored by Twitter and Facebook to sue the tech monopolies.
House Bill 1144 would “permit civil actions against social media sites for censoring speech.”
“If an interactive computer service provider restricts, censors or suppresses information that does not pertain to obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy, excessively violent, harassing, or otherwise objectionable subject matter, the interactive computer service provider is liable in a civil action for damages to the person whose speech is restricted, censored, or suppressed, and to any person who reasonably otherwise would have received the writing, speech, or publication,” the bill states.
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© Provided by CNET The latest proposal for a third stimulus check would change the rules, from the maximum payment to who qualifies. Sarah Tew/CNET
“We will finish the job of getting $2,000 in cash relief to people who need it most,” Biden said Thursday in a press conference. “Even for people who have kept their jobs, getting this check is really important.” He noted that workers who worry about job security or getting sick would gain peace of mind, and could also immediately spend the money on food and rent. “$2,000 is going to go a long way to ease that pain,” he said.
But a “$2,000” stimulus check wouldn’t be for $2,000, assuming the plan passes as is. Instead, Biden’s proposal (PDF) stipulates a payment of up to $1,400 per eligible adult, a figure that would “raise” the $600 second stimulus check maximum to $2,000 if you add the two payments together. Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus package also includes a $400 weekly unemployment bonus.
(RepublicanInformer)- Mike Pompeo, the U.S. Secretary of State, is pleading with official in the international community to unify against the country of Iran. The dictatorship has threatened to expel nuclear inspectors from the Unite Nations if the United States doesn’t drop its sanctions that the Trump administration has imposed on them during his stay in the White House.
Officials in the parliament of Iran said recently that the country would eject UN inspectors from the country be February if the U.S. doesn’t drop its sanctions. In response, Pompeo said over the weekend:
“Iran’s expulsion of international inspectors must be met with universal condemnation.”
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CEO of social media app Gab: ‘What we’re seeing right now is the rise of communism, plain and simple’
“I had very close relationships inside of Facebook, Twitter, and Google,” he said. “So I got to see really the evils of their business model up close and personal for many years.”
By Josh Plank, World Israel News
Following the ban of President Donald Trump and thousands of his supporters from Twitter and Facebook, Gab CEO Andrew Torba said that people all over the world are terrified of big tech censorship, causing them to flee the social media giants in favor of free speech alternatives like Gab and Parler.
“We’ve never seen this type of growth in the company’s history,” said Torba in an interview with Pennsylvania’s WBRE-TV, which was posted on his Gab account Tuesday.
Torba said that Gab has gained up to 600,000-700,000 new community members daily since last week’s Capitol protests. He said the spike in membership is “unprecedented” since the company’s founding in 2016. According to Torba, 40 million people have visited the site this week alone.
‘She will never be forgotten’
By WND News Services
Published January 14, 2021 at 12:38pm
[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Politics.]
By Chad Banghart
Real Clear Politics
While President Trump’s departure from the White House dominates the news cycle, his wife’s transition is flying under the radar. She wouldn’t have it any other way.
After four years of calm, quiet leadership, the departure of first lady Melania Trump is emblematic of her unwavering humility and the modesty that is all too difficult to find in today’s Washington, D.C. Unlike her husband, Melania was never boastful or boisterous. She was never flashy. She was always classy and kind. Melania readily ceded the spotlight to the president and his “America First” agenda, while still finding ways to inspire people who look up to her — Democrats and Republicans.
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Accused of being ‘easily bought off by foreign governments’
By Bob Unruh
Published January 14, 2021 at 11:20am
With impeachment now routine in the Nancy Pelosi-run U.S. House, a freshman Republican member has announced she will file articles of impeachment against Joe Biden one day after his inauguration.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., announced on Twitter — with the hashtags #ImpeachBiden and #BidenCrimeFamily — she will file the articles on Jan. 21, charging abuse of power.
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Undercover video footage showed her committing election fraud
By WND News Services
Published January 14, 2021 at 4:41pm
(BREITBART) – A woman in San Antonio, Texas, was arrested and charged for allegedly operating a massive ballot harvesting scheme after undercover video footage showed her committing election fraud, among other crimes.
Rachel Rodriguez was arrested and charged with election fraud, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting people voting by mail, and unlawfully possessing an official ballot, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced this week. Each is a felony under Texas law.
“Many continue to claim that there’s no such thing as election fraud. We’ve always known that such a claim is false and misleading, and today we have additional hard evidence,” Paxton said in a statement.
’74 million Americans who voted for President Trump have right to a full investigation’
By Bob Unruh
Published January 14, 2021 at 3:02pm
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Thursday released the third volume of his report on 2020 election fraud and irregularities, warning that without a thorough and open investigation, Americans’ doubts about the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s presidency will only increase.
“While it is now politically correct in progressive circles and the mainstream media to demand that all Americans submit and confess to the ‘truth’ of what may well be the fiction of a free and fair election for the sake of ‘unity’ and ‘harmony,’ such a Kafkaesque demand in the face of the evidence in this report will likely have the opposite effect,” he wrote.